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How would you deliver a QR code to a person after they visit a shop? That seems to be a scenario which requires more thought in that you must somehow remember some details of each person that enters and exits the shop in order to communicate with them, then send the QR code to them (doing so digitally would necessitate a QR scanner that can scan local image ...


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The answer depends too much on things you didn't tell in the question, but to share a few thoughts: Let users at anytime be able to enter a location manually so they can save it for later or share it with someone. Or is it only relevant at that specific time and only for that user? What the begin state has to be without location data, is not something to ...


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In this situation, the location data is in no way vital to your apps functionality. For that reason I would be developing the application assuming you do not have that permission and only use the permission to enhance the user's experience. I've recently developed a very similar solution for an ongoing project I'm working on. I defaulted to showing an ...


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In this specific situation, you could: on the map view: show the whole state, let the user zoom in, add an input to enter a place (city, zip, full address...) using the usual APIs on the list view, you can either display nothing or display all locations sorted by city name or by zip code (the latter is probably more useful as it’s probably easier to find a “...


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Your question is generally asking for imaginative input, I would consider it not an appropriate question for that reason. "Is it possible to get an approximate location even if current location is off?" Is a question best asked on Stackoverflow, as you are looking for mobile features to access within code. Yes, it is possible to get an approximate ...


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If you think about the equivalent in coding, where a snippet of code can be reviewed, a module of code can be unit tested, and a program can be integration tested, and finally a suite of applications can be system tested, it is possible to apply the same concept to UI design. You should test a component for its atomicity (since it is based on Atomic Design),...


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How can you convince them diplomatically? Try presenting them with research findings. This is the subject of tons of articles out there, so you should be able to find some that cite actual research. Nielsen/Norman's articles are quite fair-minded, and based on actual research. Take a look at their article on carousels. See this old post for more references:...


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A QR code technology can be said as an updated version of Barcode technology.QR code can be easily generated with QR code generator and it can be scanned via smartphone or 2-d scanner. But how can QR code be used in business? Business Cards In this modern generation, QR codes are the successors to barcodes which have gained popularity in recent years. There ...


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